In collaboration with design workshop Studio Hardie, Nissan has converted its zero-emission e-NV200 van into the world’s first electric mobile office, e-NV200 Workspace. Targeting new business startups and employees, this all-new professional office on wheels comes loaded with some cool features such as fold-out desk, touchscreen computer, smartphone-controlled LED lights, wireless internet, Bluetooth audio system and wireless phone charging dock.
There is also a Brompton folding bike mounted on the rear load door to let the user move around urban centers conveniently, without relocating the whole office. In addition, the mobile office is integrated with a Barista-quality coffee maker along with a mini fridge.
The Nissan NV200 van was launched first as a mobile workspace back in 2007. Although the new e-NV200 Workspace doesn’t boast an extreme design change with its slide-out doors, but it has more modern appeal, starting with its 171 km range and cool exterior design.
You can park it at any convenient charging station for fueling up, and use your office to work anywhere remotely. The customizable electric mobile office focuses on flexible working that’s becoming popular throughout the globe. It shows how people all over the world are embracing mobile office trend as compared to stationary offices. This not only gives them freedom to work from any place they want, but also has proven to be helpful in increasing creativity and potential of the workers.
Moreover, electric vehicle-based office spaces by Nissan are quite cost-saving, as one doesn’t need to pay expensive rent for an office space, and the cost of charging is also easy on the wallet. It allows the users to work for free in some city centers that offer free EV charging bays. On the other hand, they can also escape the city altogether for working somewhere in a countryside or in the woods.
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